By the end of the course you will be able to:
1. Describe the foundation principles for the Edgework approach.
2. Delineate screening tests from findings that indicate an opportunity for alteration of movement.
3. Delineate a dysfunctional finding from a finding that indicates an
opportunity for change.
4. Describe the concept of a “neurotag” in relation to a “novel movement.”
5. Define the 3 categories of “Edgework.”
6. Define interoception and its relation to identifying an “edge” of protective behavior.
7. Justify fostering a narrative of self efficacy
8. Describe the 3 conceptual spaces of interaction.
9. Define and describe the “Edge markers.”
10. Discuss the potential for negative influence on Self-Efficacy.
11. Demonstrate specific examples of the use of Edgework for the upper and lower quarter.
12Practice specific applications of Edgework and Novel Movements for the upper and lower quarter.